Aging Like Fine Wine: Celebrities Over 90, Then and Now
BETTY WHITE, 96
You'd be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn't like the irrepressible White. Joan Rivers, of all people, called White her hero when she turned 80.
KIRK DOUGLAS, 101
Douglas reportedly talked his way into getting the dean of St. Lawrence University to give him a loan to attend the school, which we get, because ... look at young Kirk Douglas.
ANGELA LANSBURY, 92
Lansbury can still hang with actresses one-third her age: She recently took to the stage on the 25th anniversary of Beauty and the Beast to sing a song as her character Mrs. Potts.
CARL REINER, 95
Reiner has amassed a staggering nine primetime Emmys during his career, with 11 other various award wins and 17 nominations.
CAROL CHANNING, 96
Channing celebrated her 95th birthday last year with a party that included tributes from fans as wide-ranging as former President Bill Clinton and Julie Andrews.
CICELY TYSON, 92
Asked in 2015 for her advice to younger actresses, Tyson told PEOPLE it's simple: never stop learning. "That’s the most important thing you can do and that applies to anything you select to do in life. … Once you get that under your belt, nobody can stop you. The sky is absolutely the limit."
DICK VAN DYKE, 92
Van Dyke is still capable of holding a crowd: he and his a cappella group surprised patrons at a Denny's in California last August with an impromptu performance.
OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND, 101
Her life merits a biopic: She was linked to Errol Flynn, John Huston, Howard Hughes, Jimmy Stewart and pretty much every dashing Hollywood player of the industry's golden years.
EVA MARIE SAINT, 93
Saint has been active as a voice actress recently, lending her pipes to Katara in the Avatar: The Last Airbender spin-off The Legend of Korra.
DORIS DAY, 93
“Age is just a number. How you feel and live your life is more important," Day told PEOPLE last April. There aren't enough praise-hands emojis in the world for that one.